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How is the brain of a person with insomnia
Sleep disorders

How is the brain of a person with insomnia

People with chronic insomnia are constantly processing information in the brain and this is what interrupts their sleep.How are the brains of people with insomnia different from those who sleep well? The brains of people with insomnia are more active, more adaptability to change (plasticity) and greater excitability of neurons in the motor cortex (which is the part of the brain that controls movement) than people who do not have sleep problems.

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Sleep disorders

How is the brain of a person with insomnia

People with chronic insomnia are constantly processing information in the brain and this is what interrupts their sleep.How are the brains of people with insomnia different from those who sleep well? The brains of people with insomnia are more active, more adaptability to change (plasticity) and greater excitability of neurons in the motor cortex (which is the part of the brain that controls movement) than people who do not have sleep problems.
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